El Hostal Puerta Bisagra
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Today I finally managed to visit Toledo, an extremely beautiful, historical town that I've wanted to go to for many years! It was a day trip organised by my hostel and we left quite late in the morning so I didn't have as much time as I'd have liked - I only really had time for some photos from a viewing point at the top of the public library, a wander through picturesque, narrow, cobbled streets, a set lunch and then a really good look round the cathedral, including a trip ...
... I can see. All I saw were narrow streets of the old town, and there were a lot of them going up and down and round and round until I eventually arrived back at where I started from. By this time of day the place was full of tourists from all over the world and I had to push my way through quite a few of them to get to the counter at the main information office. There I was given a map of the town and told that most places of interest were closed except for two. One was the El Greco ...
... be very stimulating, new things every day to see and think about.
We wandered on, refreshed, back through the city to Plaza de Zocodover and then down around the city to rest in the late afternoon. After reading, a siesta is easy in this place.
In the evening, we rallied ourselves to walk the long way to Plaza de Zocodover and saw that the Saturday night was in full swing. The Plaza and the streets were crowded, teeming ...
... lovely. People were floating on the lake in front of Estanque on paddle boats. As my tiredness caught up to me I was going to go lie down at the hostel, but then I remembered that the Museo del Prado was free that evening. I hadn't planned on going because I'd already seen enough artwork to last me a lifetime at the Louvre, but I decided not to be lazy and joined the never ending queue (down the entire main road), but luckily ...
Toledo is so great! It's a totally different world than anywhere I've been, even a lot different than Madrid! The history, the feel of the city, the people, plants, parks, food, architecture, plazas, and the art were fantastic! I'm really surprised at how the city is busy, yet the atmosphere is so relaxed. I guess it's just the fact that there's always ...